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Staples students take home the prize at National History Day

Staples students take home the prize at National History Day

Chelsea Strober ’21

May 16, 2019


Filed under Features

Walking into Honors United States History class on the first day of sophomore year of high school, one would normally expect that the class would be solely watching the teacher talk about all things history while students sit in their seats, staring at the clock. However, that is not the case at Staples. Here...

Implementing final projects instead of exams will decrease stress levels

Implementing final projects instead of exams will decrease stress levels

June 12, 2018


Filed under Opinions

By Chelsea Fox '19 The end of the year is always a stressful time for students and teachers. With summer only a couple weeks away, I feel like I am always being ambushed with work in the days leading up to finals. However, when teachers opt to give us projects instead of exams, it relieves a large a...

English students use comedy to critique

English students use comedy to critique

June 13, 2017


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By Molly Mahoney ’18 Whether it’s The Onion, Key and Peele or Saturday Night Live, all  of these are bound to leave an audience tearing up from laughter. However, each one’s comedy is rooted in a deeper critique of society today, otherwise known as satire. After studying rhetorical devi...

“The Laramie Project” sequel soon to hit the black box stage

Erin McGroarty, Staff Writer

May 6, 2016


Filed under Paper Archives

Staples Players will be producing the spring black box show, “The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later,” with a small cast of just 18 students. The production will feature a select group of actors and actresses performing in an intimate setting to continue the story of Matthew Shepard and his murder that...

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